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Using a technique that allows lab rats' brains to be controlled using light, researchers confirmed a longstanding theory of how memories form. Video provided by Newsy

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Newsy (Feb. 28, 2013) — Scientists at Duke University have developed a mind reading device for rats that gives them shared thoughts.
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Scientists Restore Functionality in Brain Damaged Rats

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Reuters (Dec. 10, 2013) — Neuroscientists have shown that behavior in brain damaged rats can be partially restored by using implants to bypass the injured area. The research is in its infancy, but the scientists believe a similar approach could one day be used to help people with traumatic brain injuries. Rob Muir reports.
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Newsy (Aug. 27, 2014) — MIT researchers were able to change whether bad memories in mice made them anxious by flicking an emotional switch in the brain. Video provided by Newsy
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